The first trailer has been released for Pixels, the upcoming action comedy starring Adam Sandler (Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore) as a former video game champion tasked with leading a team of gamers to help save the world from an invasion of classic arcade games such as Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Space Invaders, Centipede, and Galaga.
You can read a synopsis and check out the first trailer for the movie, which actually looks like it could be fun believe it or not, below.
The first Hotel Transylvania film showed that the most frightening monsters in cinema and literature can be human. Raising a family isn’t easy, especially when there are rebellious teenagers driving you mad.
Hotel Transylvania 2 is a continuation of the first film, and in the first trailer we get to see Dracula (voiced by Adam Sandler) acting like a momma bird by teaching his grandson how to fly by tossing him off a tower in hopes that instinct will kick in and he’ll transform into a bat despite being half human. Of course if you are a fan of the first film, you probably know how this will all end up. Watch the first trailer for Hotel Transylvania 2 after the jump.
Joe Dirt 2 is full steam ahead, and star David Spade has posted an image of himself back in full Joe Dirt costume to prove it.
It was back in early May that Spade was doing an AMA on Reddit, where he was asked multiple questions regarding a Dirt sequel. At the time it was being developed, with the possibility of becoming the first sequel to a major motion picture to premiere digitally on the free streaming service Crackle, which is owned by Joe Dirt studio Sony. This was later confirmed, and it was all systems go.
You can read more and check out the new image of Spade as Dirt below.
Every once in a while Adam Sandler steps away from his usual movies, the lighthearted rom-coms and goofy stuff, and does something more dramatic such as Punch Drunk Love, Reign Over Me, and so on.
When it comes to one of his latest projects, titled The Cobbler, things are a little bit different. The movie’s premise sounds like something you’d expect to see Sandler in (a cobbler discovers he can put on the shoes of others and become them!), but the thing here is that, while still clearly a comedy, it’s delivered a little more seriously, with Sandler seemingly using his more serious actor side for at least a chunk of it. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing remains to be seen, but you can see the trailer for yourself below.